School of Dental Sciences

Lifelong Learning and CPD

Lifelong Learning and CPD

Our new CPD programme has been developed in conjunction with our internationally renowned experts.

International reputation for excellence

It builds upon our 125-year history and international reputation for excellence and innovation in both teaching and research.

Giving a more tailored approach to CPD, it allows participants to adapt their activity as required across their cycle. Our courses are available for the whole dental team.

Quality assured

Each of our courses, from webinars through to practical content, is subject to our stringent quality assurance processes. Our content is created and delivered by highly experienced course leaders.

Our CPD also links to the General Dental Council’s standards for the dental team through CPD development outcomes, helping the dental team meet the verifiable requirements.

Certification from each course will be provided upon completion.

Free content

Currently, our content is free to participants, and we will collect and welcome feedback to inform our future course development.

Challenges and strategies for managing impaired oral health-related quality of life in the older edentulous patient

Webinar with Q&A / verifiable CPD

Professor Janice Ellis, Professor of Dental Education and Honorary Consultant in Restorative Dentistry

Tuesday 29 September, 19:00 – 20:30

On completion of the session, participants will be able to:

  • demonstrate a greater understanding of the older edentulous patient and the challenges they may present with
  • develop supportive treatment strategies for these patients

This session links to the GDC development outcomes A, C, D

About the speaker: Professor Janice Ellis

Janice is a Professor of Dental Education and Honorary Consultant in Restorative Dentistry

Full biography here


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Bookings close at noon on the day of the webinar

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Professor Janice Ellis